Venue: Bunker Theatre UK, 53a Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU
Spoken Word London celebrates its fifth anniversary by publishing an anthology of poems on the theme of 'anti-hate'. Two of Janine's poems are included - 'Real Rape' and 'Odd' - and Janine will be among the contributors giving a short performance at this launch event.
Throughout this week, Janine and other RMT activists will be visiting workplaces and carrying out other activities to make London's disabled transport workers more aware of their rights - and of the importance of getting involved in the union to enforce those rights.
For more details, email Janine.
Ever wondered why only 16% of autistic adults have a full-time job?
He worked alone, not a team player
Not a keeper or a stayer
Didn’t fit in, not really our sort
Talked about boring stuff not sport
We had to let him go
Janine's annual poetic appearance at Ealing TUC's annual event!
More details to follow.
Janine will be presenting the draft Labour Party Autism and Neurodiversity Manifesto at this briefing event at Parliament hosted by John McDonnell MP. Other members of the steering group which put the manifesto together will be on hand to answer questions.
You've won the Women's Ballon d'Or
You dribble, tackle, shoot and score
But do you twerk?
You strike a hard and well-aimed ball
Around a wide defensive wall
But do you twerk?
Top scorer in the Champions League
But one thing fills me with intrigue:
Do you twerk?
If you are a PCS member in the North West and you would like to attend this course, please contact your regional office.
This course is open to all PCS reps and members who have already attended the Stage 1 course. Please look out for your invitation or contact the regional officer to register.